Presentation on theme: "Main title Subtitle. Main title Subtitle Corporate donations to UK charities are estimated at around £1.6 billion pa Top 300 UK-listed companies gave."— Presentation transcript:
Main title Subtitle Corporate donations to UK charities are estimated at around £1.6 billion pa Top 300 UK-listed companies gave £2.6billion to support worldwide development Cash donations account for 67% of the top companies’ community support portfolios in the UK Just 4-5% of voluntary income is annually provided by companies, and in 2007/08, 99% of total community contributions were made by the top 300 companies Corporate donations to UK charities fell by 4.3 per cent in real terms (2008/09) many companies are now choosing to give Gifts in Kind as an alternative method of continuing CSR commitments. UK Corporate Giving…some statistics
Main title Subtitle So what is CSR and CCI ? CSR: used to describe the role that business can play in Society. Other terms : corporate philanthropy, corporate social performance CCI: used by the voluntary sector to describe the contributions (cash and in-kind) they receive from companies. The more measurable part of CSR. Impact measurement and reporting are becoming more important; 53% of charities have already experienced increased demand from stakeholders to demonstrate their performance (Hodge,K. Dec 2011).
Corporate Membership Team building Long term partnerships Affinity schemes Licensing £160,000 in 2013/14 3% of our income 17.6% increase in last 4 years What we do Our success rate
£28,500 over the last 6 years Annual income increased 122% since Y1 Product benefits wildlife Engages people with our cause Raises our profile Charity benefits
Company benefits Access to our membership (prime audience) Credibility Brand association Local, regional and national PR
Charity benefits Over £3k pa income Engages over 500 people a year with our cause Local and national press Raises profile
Company benefits New product extends their business hours Promotion to our membership base Credibility Direct link to the cause